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Sydnie Feinstein

New Teacher as Leader – One Year Intensive

New Teacher as Leader – One Year Intensive

Master of Education: Curriculum & Instruction

This program begins in early July with summer course work and concludes at the end of the public school year the following June. Group seminars will be held during the day on Tuesdays. Additional courses are offered through a ‘hybrid’ blended learning format. Campus classes will be held on Tuesday late afternoons/evenings or Saturdays, with individualized instruction and on-line demonstration of expected learning.

Course Outline - 36 Credits

Term Coursework
Term 1 Summer School Law
School Leadership
Term 2 Fall Contemporary Issues and Effective Schools
Curriculum Theory and Development
Special Topics: School-based research
Educational Research Foundations
Term 3 Spring Curriculum Management and Student Assessment
Technology-Integrated Teaching
Educational Research Design
Specialization I: Integrating Literacy
Term 4 Summer Specialization II: Integrating Mathematics



  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher with 2.50 GPA. A GPA below a 2.50 may be considered when certain conditions are met.
  • Certification or recommended for certification by a recognized state department of education. Current undergraduates are encouraged to apply during their senior year. They must participate in an approved school such as part-time employment as assistant teacher or classroom aide, substitute teacher, para-educator, tutor, or as after-school program staff. Candidates without such employment will be expected to volunteer 10-15 hours/week.
  • Passing Praxis scores or current teacher certification
  • Three professional references

Tuition and Fees

2020-21 RatesIn-stateOut-of-stateFees
Part-Time Matriculated, Credit$542$594$117
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Mail Stop 2701
Keene, New Hampshire 03435
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